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Resultado de imagen para inflamacion aguda

Resultado de imagen para inflamacion aguda

Immune system fighting a cancer cell. A killer T-lymphocyte (orange) inducing a cancer cell to undergo Programmed Cell Death.

Immune system fighting a cancer cell. A killer T-lymphocyte (orange) inducing a cancer cell to undergo Programmed Cell Death. I miss SJCRH

Megapost de infografias 2 - Taringa!

Megapost de infografias 2

Artist Sam Loman has created a lovely map of the human body in the style of the London Underground map. Okay it’s strictly not in the style of the London Underground Map because not all the l…

Ciliated and nonciliated Clara cells lining the bronchiole of the respiratory tract. SEM X1245

Ciliated and nonciliated Clara cells lining the bronchiole of the respiratory tract. SEM **On Page Credit Required**

urine

Crystals must be identified in the urine sediment. The MLT must be able to differentiate between normal crystals frequently encountered in .

These cells line the Choroid Plexus, a layer of tissue that lines the inside of the ventricles of the nervous system. The swollen tips of these cells secrete the cerebrospinal fluid which bathes the brain in glucose and proteins, and prevents it from collapsing under its own weight.

These cells line the Choroid Plexus, a layer of tissue that lines the inside of the ventricles of the nervous system. The swollen tips of these cells secrete the cerebrospinal fluid which bathes the brain in glucose and proteins, and prevents it from.

Bone marrow, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This freeze-fracture has revealed the cavity (lumen) of a large venous sinus (pink), which contains mature blood cells (red), and developing white blood cells (blue). Either side of the sinus are the haemopoetic foci of the marrow (green). Magnification: x3000 when printed at 10 centimetres across | Steve Gschmeissner

Bone marrow revealing the cavity of a large venous sinus, which contains mature blood cells, and developing white blood cells. Either side of the sinus are the haemopoetic foci of the marrow.

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